Semi-automatic tool for segmentation and volumetric analysis of medical images
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Segmentation software is described, developed for medical image processing and run on Windows. The software applies basic image processing techniques through a graphical user interface. For particular applications, such as brain lesion segmentation, the software enables the combination of different segmentation techniques to improve its efficiency. The program is applied for magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography and optical images of cryosections. The software can be utilised in numerous applications, including pre-processing for three-dimensional presentations, volumetric analysis and construction of volume conductor models.
KeywordsSegmentation MRI Volumetric measurement
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